Courses must be completed before taking any graduate-level nursing courses:
|NU 304 Health Assessment||3|
|NU 403 Evidence for Clinical Practice||3|
|NU 404 Concepts and Challenges in Professional Practice||3|
|NU 510 Community-Based Nursing (Prerequisite: NU 403)||6|
Successful completion of the following courses is required prior to entering the primary care sequence, with the exception of HP 609 and NU 642. Students may transfer a maximum of two graduate courses into the program.
|NU 606 Advanced Pathophysiology||3|
|NU 601 Nursing Theory||3|
|HP 609 Health Policy, Politics and Perspectives||3|
|NU 629 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention||3|
|NU 630 Advanced Clinical Pharmacology||3|
|NU 641 Advanced Clinical Pharmacology II||3|
|NU 605 Concepts in Nursing Leadership||3|
Required sequence for nurse practitioner track (pediatrics / family / adult-gerontology / psychiatric-mental health / women's health). Beginning this sequence requires the completion of all other courses with the exception of electives.
|NU 650 Advanced Health Assessment||3|
|NU 643 Advanced Psychopharmacology (Psych-Mental Health Track)||3|
|NU 664 A, B, C, D or E Clinical Concentration Course||3|
|NU 661 Care of the Childbearing Woman (Women's Health Track)|
|NU 646 Theory and Practice of Contemporary Psychotherapies (Psych-Mental Health Track)|
|HP 626 Sociological, Political and Economic Perspectives in Aging (Adult-Gerontology Track)|
|NU 665 A, B, C, D or E Clinical Concentration Course||8|
|NU 668 Roles and Issues in APN||3|
|Graduate elective (Family or Pedi Track)||3|
Designed for RNs with a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing subject and an associate’s degree in nursing.
Please note that the GRE is not required for the BS to MSN program.